Toni Kroos is set to make his 300th appearance for Real Madrid on Saturday against Osasuna.
The German midfielder has been in the Spanish capital for six and a half seasons now, and in that time he has been involved in 100 goals for the club – 70 assists and 30 goals.
His impending milestone is testament to how few matches he misses for Los Blancos, which is the result of few injuries and a life centred around football.
It also shows how important he has been in the eyes of every coach that has been in charge of Los Blancos in recent years, whether that be Rafa Benitez, Carlo Ancelotti, Santiago Solari or Zinedine Zidane.
This campaign is an example of his reliability, given he has only missed two games.
Looking back over his time at Real Madrid, he has always managed to rack up the minutes, playing 55 times in his first year and topping 40 outings in every one since.
That’s without taking into account his games for Germany too, for whom he now has over 100 caps.
In terms of his achievements, there are very few players who can match what he has done, winning four UEFA Champions League trophies – three with Real Madrid and one with Bayern Munich – the World Cup in 2014, four Club World Cups and two LaLiga Santander titles.